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modifying Relationships\msq66002.xml

modifying Relationships\msq66002.xml

modifying Relationships\msq66002.xml

  When running MSQ660 under the view option I would like to added another drop down to start an excel connector.

The values on the drop down are controlled by the entries in the \Program Files\Mincom\Ellipse\WinView\Data\Relationships\msq66002.xml

I've added the following lines in the msq66002.xml

<Call Nam="projectcommentary.xls" Arg="" Cap="Project Commentary" PopFlds="" OnMenu="True" MSOActn="XMIT-NORETURN">

but it's not giving me the expected results.
The caption Project Commentary appears, but when I click the option it aborts.
What is the correct command to start an excel spreadsheet  from the Relationships\msq66002.xml

Which manual contains documentation to modify the relationship entries ?


RE: modifying Relationships\msq66002.xml

This is the answer :

<Call Nam="WIN32" Arg="LINK:I:\Program Files\Mincom\Ellipse\WinView\Data\Relationships\CRT_COMMENTARY.xls" Cap="Project Commentary" PopFlds="" OnMenu="True" MSOActn="XMIT-NORETURN">

Also this is how to add a menu item to View menu item on the screen, here I have added the Work Order app to the screen.

<Call Nam="WorkOrder" Arg="DetailObjectNew" Cap="Create Work Order" PopFlds="" OnMenu="True">


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